The blogroll is an old convention, but a good one, and one that fell sadly into disuse as the practice of blogging was assimilated into the verticals of professional magazines. The following list is offered in the spirit of promoting a more connected internet, where readers have the tools to wander freely, following disparate interests across the web.
BLDGBLOG — Ostensibly an architecture blog, freelance writer Geoff Manaugh bends his perspective through a number of lenses ("technology, literature, crime, history, archaeology, acoustics, science fiction, subterranean space, warfare, the planetary sciences") and arrives at a unique view of the entire built environment.
Emily Short's Interactive Storytelling — Routinely one of the best resources for narrative in interactive entertainment, as written and compiled by one of the pioneers of independent IF.
Fogknife — The personal blog of game designer Jason McIntosh, a director of the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation.
The Frailest Thing — Occasional writings on technological life, from a Reformed Catholic persepective, by L.M. Sacasas of the Center for the Study of Ethics and Technology.
Truth and Power — Blog of the Berkeley professor of analytic and political philosophy, Hans Sluga.
Of Axe and Plow — An adherent's very methodical inquiry into the practice and theory of modern European polytheistic religion, focusing on Anglo-Saxon Heathenry and Roman Polytheism.
Rough Type — Writer and professor Nicolas Carr's blog about technology, culture, and economics.
Shady Characters — Software engineer Keith Houston's blog about the origins and development of unusual punctuation marks and related typgraphy.